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  • Subject: [cg] railroad gardening
  • From: Lynn Gregor <dhassle1@kent.edu>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2002 13:48:58 -0500


Another thing to be concerned about would be the chemicals that have leaked 
from railroad cars.  I know a man in Michigan who has done a lot of research 
on this and found that railroad cars that carry toxic chemicals (especially in 
certain corridors - Ohio and Michigan being one of those) can leak onto the 
ground.  Who knows what might be there?!  Thorough soil testing is definitely 
in order.  U. of Massachusetts has a good soil testing lab that is fairly 
inexpensive.  You have to ask them to test for certain chemicals that are not 
in their standard test.

Lynn Gregor


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